ALUTIIQ MUSEUM  215 Mission Road, Kodiak, Alaska 99615   |  907-486-7004  |  view calendar > | search >
  • KalunekUluSlideCollections

    We care for more than 250,000 artifacts, photographs, recording, and documents from the Alutiiq world.

    Ulu of slate, wood, and spruce root, Koniag, Inc. Collection, Karluk One.

  • Archaeology

    Archaeology

    We study and preserve Alutiiq history through archaeological research.

    Volunteers assisting with the excavation of the Amak Site.

  • Language

    Language Studies

    We document, preserve, and teach the Alutiiq language.

    Candace Branson documents the Alutiiq language with assistance from Elders Sophie Katelnikof Sheppard (l) and Clyda Christensen (r). Photo by Janet Kotwas.

  • Education

    Educational Programs

    We teach Alutiiq traditions with programs that explore the arts, subsistence, and language.

    Larsen Bay students learn skin sewing with the help of artist Susan Malutin.

  • Exhibit

    Exhibits

    We share the Alutiiq story through exhibits, videos, and a children’s corner.

On Exhibit

KarlukKayak

Qayat - Kayaks

How did Alutiiq people thrive in Kodiak's wet, windy weather . . . with skin boats and waterproof clothing!  Learn about Alutiiq maritime engineering.

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EVENTS

LivingAKSQ

LIVING ALASKA EXHIBIT

Openning reception with Curator Sven Haakanson. January 20th, 5-7 pm, Museum Gallery. Refreshments. Free to the public.

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creativealaska

CREATIVE ALASKA

Explore Alaska's artists and their work with this new book from the University of Alaska Press.  Autographed copies available.

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